MACEK, Petr. Social changes and everyday life of adolescents: Is contemporary generation different from previous one? In Paper presented on IXth Conference of European Association for Research on Adolescence. Abstracts, p. 134. Porto, Portugal.: neuveden, 2004. p. 134-134.
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Original name Social changes and everyday life of adolescents: Is contemporary generation different from previous one?
Name in Czech Sociální změny a běžný život adolescentů: Je současná generace odlišná od předchozí?
Authors MACEK, Petr (203 Czech Republic, guarantor).
Edition Porto, Portugal. Paper presented on IXth Conference of European Association for Research on Adolescence. Abstracts, p. 134. p. 134-134, 1 pp. 2004.
Publisher neuveden
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Original language English
Type of outcome Proceedings paper
Field of Study 50100 5.1 Psychology and cognitive sciences
Country of publisher Portugal
Confidentiality degree is not subject to a state or trade secret
RIV identification code RIV/00216224:14230/04:00010058
Organization unit Faculty of Social Studies
Keywords in English adolescence; social change
Tags adolescence, social change
Changed by Changed by: prof. PhDr. Petr Macek, CSc., učo 2270. Changed: 30/5/2005 16:40.
Abstract
The special attention of this paper is centered on Czech adolescents during a decade of political, economical, and social changes (1992 and 2003). We summarized results of two projects. The first one was a based on empirical research comparing data collected in 1992 and data collected 2001. Both samples were reported in regard to their daily activities, future expectations, daily problems, and well-being. The second project is four-year longitudinal study (1999-2003). This research was broadly oriented on peer, family, and school context of the adolescent psychosocial development. Compared to generation of adolescents from the beginning of nineties, the present generation has grown up in a democratic society, and post-totalitarian, post-communist influences are not evident in their everyday life. As empirical results indicate, their greater need for stability, rules, and positive norms correspond with their reported higher level of commitment. Compared to the post-totalitarian generation, this generation is more aware of their own needs and desires. They seem to be more pragmatic, less optimistic and more realistic in respect to their future. Not surprisingly, they are more satisfied with their present lives and future options.
Abstract (in Czech)
Stať je založe na srovnání dvou generací dospívajících. První datový soubor je z r. 1992, druhý z r. 2001. Srovnávány jsou denní aktivity, budoucí očekávání, denní problémy a starosti, subjektivní pohoda.
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LN00A023, research and development projectName: Centrum výzkumu utváření osobnosti v etnických a sociálních kontextech
Investor: Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports of the CR, Centre for the research of the formation of personality in ethnical and social contexts
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